(USAToday) Georgia Tech is included as one of the 100 Best Value Colleges for 2010 according to the Princeton Review.
(AJC.com) Children's Healthcare of Atlanta commits $75 million to research centers which will strengthen the system's relationships with Georgia Tech, Morehouse School of Medicine, and Emory University.
(Podcast) Haiti: Humanitarian Logistics -- In the wake of the Haitian earthquake, two of our experts in humanitarian logistics - Professors Julie Swann and Pinar Keskinocak - participated in a podcast hosted by Barry List of Operations Research: The Science of Better about the unique challenge of delivering relief to the troubled people of impoverished Haiti. >> Listen here
The GE Energy Senior Design team captured first place in the renowned end-of-the semester Senior Design Competition. During Senior Design, students are pushed to think outside the box as they adapt what they have learned in their classes to tackle a complex real world problem. >> Read More
ISyE's Advisory Board addressed international activities and outreach within the School during fall meeting. >> Read More
(Global Atlanta) Putting the 'Global' in GLOBALATLANTA: Our Travels in Costa Rica-- The Georgia Tech Supply Chain & Logistics Institute consistently garners high marks in educational circles, but having heads of state thank the university for investing in their country is a higher and rarer honor enjoyed by the school this year. >> Read More
The 2010 EMIL-SCS class completed its fourth and much anticipated Latin American residence in early September, spending two weeks studying in Costa Rica, Panama and Brazil. >> Read More
The 2009 EMIL-SCS class, which graduated in August of 2009, made full use of the program's resources in designing and completing their global projects, extending beyond their current scope of responsibility and realizing significant savings for their companies. >> Read More
View a PDF of the Transportation Logistics issue of Industrial and Systems Engineering, the alumni magazine for the Stewart School of ISyE(2.6 MB) >> Download
ISyE team works with Children's Healthcare of Atlanta to explore opportunities for improving patient care for critically ill children. >> Read More
New York Times highlights Professor Valerie Thomas's work "WASTE TRACKING" in "THE 9TH ANNUAL YEAR IN IDEAS." >> Read More
Logistics Viewpoints highlights 3PL study authored by Professor John Langley in "What is the State of the 3PL Industry?" >> Read More
Avionics highlights Professor Nagi Gebraeel's work in "Aircraft Talking: Engineers are devising new ways of monitoring the health and predicting the longevity of aircraft mechanical, avionics systems to prevent failures." >> Read More
Ming Yuan was awarded a NSF CAREER Award for his exemplary work in sparse modeling and estimation with high-dimensional data. >> Read More
Pinar Keskinocak has been appointed Health Systems Institute (HSI) associate director for research. As associate director, she will develop the research mission and programs, will play a significant role in shaping HSI's research agenda, and will serve as the faculty coordinator for the Master's degree program in Health Systems. >> Read More
C. F. Jeff Wu was elected INFORMS Fellow for his work developing statistical methodologies and novel applications to engineering and for leadership making statistical methods and thinking popular in engineering. >> Read More
Several ISyE faculty and students were honored this year at the 2009 Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) annual meeting held in October in San Diego. >> Read More
Jianjun Shi, the Carolyn J. Stewart Chair at the Stewart School of ISyE and core faculty member in the newly formed System Informatics and Control group, was invited to give two keynote addresses - one in Beijing and one in the UK. >> Read More
In Memory: Cecil Gray Johnson, ISyE Professor Emeritus >> Read More
Three graduates of the Stewart School of ISyE (Richard Guthman Jr, Willis Potts, and Bird Blitch) are recipients of the 2010 Gold & White Honors, awards that the Alumni Association gives in recognition for outstanding contributions on campus, in communities, and to humanity. >> Read More
The AJC featured Mike Duke in "WAL-MART CEO'S Journey Began in Georgia." >> Read More
Ramona Marsalis Hill, ISyE 1983, has been appointed to the position of Associate Provost, Graduate and Continuing Studies, Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL
Mickey Smith, BS 1976, CEO of Oak Hill Hospital, has been elected to the Board of the Medical Group Management Association.
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